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According to recent news reports, the White House may introduce a fiscal year 2018 budget proposal that eliminates the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) in an attempt to reduce … more
It has been 118 years since the first Women’s Day began to honor women’s role in the garment worker’s strike that began the remarkable set of policies for better working conditions … more
The Abeyta Settlement meetings at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural Center [March 4] were useful. I have a better understanding of the reasons for the provisions of the Abeyta Settlement, and the way … more
I have an issue of public safety that I’d like to bring to people’s awareness. It’s about the ability of emergency responders to locate the house of someone in need of help, when … more
So the tourist letter writer does not like the anti-Trump/Republican/corporate protest signs in Taos. The writer claims to be concerned that such “unwelcoming” signs will hurt local Taos … more
While Taos is an exceptionally welcoming community, we have our quirks. As the late Tony Hillerman said when describing resident's modest reaction to a man in high heels, pancake makeup and nylons, … more
In response to “Think About It, Taoseños,” I would like to say that I respect Dr. Ed Kollar’s right to express his opinion about the signage that is often seen along the main … more
Just want to tell you how much I like Larry Torres' column "Spamglish." I look forward to coming to Taos just to read that. His writing is so funny, and in good taste. He combines language, culture … more
As another ice skating season comes to a close, I would like to thank all the volunteer coaches who generously gave up their Saturday mornings to work with the students on our U.S. Figure Skating … more
I read, with sadness, Dr. Ed Kollar's letter in The Taos News (Feb. 23, 2017) in which he noted a disparity of a cohesive "community" in Taos. He is right in the way he means it, but wrong … more
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